Tesla has started rolling out its 2022.16.2 software update, as detected by third-party companion software @Teslascope.
The update was seen on a 2022 Model S Long Range in the Teslascope fleet, located in Illinois, USA. This vehicle was previously on 2022.11.102. Similar third-party software @TeslaFi saw the 2022.16.2 update hit a Model Y Long Range in California.
No word on 2022.16.2 release notes, but stay tuned for updates. The original 2022.16 update started rolling out on May 17.
Update: Here are the 2022.16.2 release notes, shared by Tesla North reader, Andrew. They are the same as the recent 2022.16.1.1 and 2022.16.1.2 release notes. We have improved visualizations and the energy usage bar is now thicker, as undocumented changes.
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